BIOETIČKA ANALIZA UTICAJA RUTINIZACIJE GENETIČKOG ISPITIVANJA NA POJAM INVALIDNOSTI

  • ANĐELA H. KAUR Univerzitet Severne Dakote, Grand Forks, Severna Dakota, SAD
Ključne reči: bioetika invalidnosti, genetička ispitivanja, rutinizacija medicinskih mera, pristanak obaveštenog pacijenta, emotivna povređenost, epistemička nepravda, društvena i zakonska diskriminacija

Apstrakt

Tehnološki napredak u biomedicini uvodi nova etička pitanja u medicinsku praksu. Pronalazak neinvazivnog genetičkog ispitivanja je primer koji zahteva proširivanje problematizacije dostignuća biomedicinske nauke. Nakon komercijalizacije neinvazivnog genetičkog ispitivanja u SAD i na globalnom nivou, genetičko ispitivanje se sve više popularizuje kao neophodan deo primarne medicinske prakse i rutinske zdravstvene zaštite. U ovom radu se zastupa stav da rutinizacija genetičkih ispitivanja povećava diskriminaciju u pogledu invalidnosti u profesionalnoj medicinskoj praksi i normalizuje predrasude o invalidnosti u društvu.

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Univerzitet Severne Dakote, Grand Forks, Severna Dakota, SAD

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